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Three Easy Ways to Use Data to Improve Your Practice

Hate dealing with data? You're not the only one. The good news is that the more comfortable you become with data, the more fun and easy it is to use it. Here are some ways to gather it and use it to improve your medical practice. 



How can you reduce taxes if you run a practice? Funding a retirement plan with pretax dollars, an HSA, and more can get you started

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Practice owners should be leery of potential financial fraud, which seems to peak at the end of the year. Here are some things to look out for.

The 2015 Physician Compensation Survey asked doctors with different employment statuses how much they got paid. Here are some key findings.

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With people staying healthy and active into their nineties, retired physicians have to figure out how to not run out of money. Here are some strategies.


Practitioners are used to applying SOAP notes to clinical problems, but they can be used effectively for business issues as well.


While people don’t often use home equity, it can be a “buffer” if things go poorly. Here are a few ways to use it as an asset.


Looking at daily, weekly, and monthly revenue cycle reports doesn’t do much on its own, unless you compare them and track trends.


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